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that has helped expedite this thing with terrorism and their attacks on the united states? is it one person or many? who is responsible? >> i don't think there's a nickel's worth of difference between the two policies in terms of foreign policy. the first president bush, mr. clinton, the sec and mr. bush and mr. obama have made it their business to light to the american people, to insist we are being attacked because of what we think here in north america or how we lived rather than with united states government has done. the core of the problem is intervention in other people's business. part of that intervention is unfortunately necessary. we have to defend the saudis and operate because we depend on oil. our support of israel and our intervention in south sudan, the relentless intervention of the united states on issues that are not very important to it is because of what is going on and it is a bipartisan stimulus. it's not just one person. until we stop that war think about stopping at, there is no chance to stop this war and that is why so much about kite has spread so greatly since 2
to cater to the libertarians. we are only one-quarter of 1% of the 169 million voters in the united states. the voters are looking for help. they are losing their jobs. they cannot get employment. the cost of college is far beyond what anyone can pay for. they cannot go into bankruptcy. the homes of parents are being foreclosed upon because of student debt. the small business has been stifled. a long that idea of small business is where we should be focusing. that is where i am focused. my first business was at nine years old when i had a paper route. i am a high-school dropout. i went to harvard law school. i a magna cum laude from long island university and it was tough getting into high school when you are -- tough getting into harvard when you are a high-school dropout. i have been through a lot of hard knocks but i have been waiting on tables, short order cooks, setting up tents at the bowling alley, delivering bulk and learning how to carry 10 bottles into arms. i still work about 18 hours a day. i could not even be here because i had to go to bankruptcy court for a client on a criti
as they reflect that -- they have a friend in the united states of america. i am confident this will be a great nato summit and the plans we laid out. >> thank you, mr. president. we have had a good meeting today. in which afghanistan -- raffirmed -- reaffirmed our commitment to the transition process, and the completion. in 2013. and our partners in 2014. we have friends in the international community. and our other allies. afghanistan, indeed, mr. president, they're looking forward to an end and the transformation of the decade. there is the founding of the governments in the country. they have taken steps for self- reliance. afghanistan would be collecting the old revenues. in the meantime that the world community, and the allies in nato, to make sure that we are backed by the steps of 2024. this will be largely defending itself. mr. president, they have turned a new page, and the new page is working together. there is the security, i am bring you and the people of the united states, with with the taxpayers' money has provided. with the business of the afghan government. and the government o
visible and influential spokesperson. he has been on the united states commission on international religious freedom and embodies what to this conference is about because it richard land has done his share in participating in washington confabs. he is also a doer. he served as an interim pastor at a baptist church in chattanooga, tennessee. this is a man who is not only accomplished in a public resource and a pastor, he also holds a b.a. from princeton. i suspect we can use the word unprecedented about richard land in this respect, my guess is that nobody else holds degrees from princeton and oxford but also in masters from the baptist theological seminary -- seminary. richard. >> thank you. this sunday will be my last sunday as the interim pastor. they have a new pastor and they are very excited about it. sometimes people ask me, do you preach every sunday? i said that as the last thing i would give up. it is the thing i look forward to the most. it is the thing i find the most fulfilling every week, preaching to the same people and being in touch with the local body of christ. th
strategic partnership agreement that reflects a future in which two southern nations, united states and afghanistan are operating as partners to the benefit of our country citizens but also for the benefit of peace and security and stability in the region and around the world. i want to thank president karzai for his cooperation and his delegation and hard work in helping us to achieve this strategic partnership agreement. the nato summit is going to be largely devoted to ratifying and reflecting the broad consensus that so many of our partners and members have agreed to. one in which we are working with the afghan. over the next several years to achieve a complete transition to afghan lead for afghan security, one in which we continue to provide support for the afghan national security forces that have made excellent progress over the last several years. also painting a vision, post-2014, in which we have ended our combat role. the afghan war we us is over by our commitment to friendship and partnership with afghanistan continues. so, the strategic partnership agreement, this nato
a college student in south africa in december. and another student that filed suit against the united states. responsible for protecting the atmosphere for future generations. hosted by the commonwealth club, this panel runs just over an hour. >> thank you all for coming. we will hear about your stories. we will hear about what got you to this point. a few years ago, -- >> activism overall sense from my personal problems it left my family unemployed and we were about to lose our home, and it is about friendships. i hit rock bottom and they made me question my future. i first ask personal questions and led to me asking community questions. it was one question in particular that led me to, they are facing the same problems i started with the richmond refinery and that led me to environmental work. >> was there anyone in particular are that awakens you? >> i started watching , at this oil from them. >> richmond as a community with a are large oil refinery. >> refines about 250,000 of oil a day. all i know is specific information, at the age of 18, -- i did not realize the magnitude and the infl
president of the united states along with governor gary johnson as president. [applause] i truly thank my friends. there have been a few times in the history of our great land in which there has been a need so strong for third parties to rise up and to become leaders and elected people to office in state legislatures, congress, and the white house. i believe deeply that this is one of those times, and i believe deeply that the people of the united states of america are going to agree. in these times, in which prosperity is slipping from our grasp, the need to reestablish the libertarian principles that made us great in the first place is the enormous. we are the libertarian party. we are not a philosophical debate society. we are a political party. the purpose of the political party is to ensure good and qualified candidates to support those candidates in local, state, and national elections, and then to win those elections. [applause] that is right. in fact, we have a broadening tradition in my home state of california, in which when someone as a libertarian speaker uses a particular wor
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